Why was the 14th Amendment significant to the Civil Rights Movement? A. It stated that "separate but equal" facilities for African Americans were unconstitutional, starting the process of integration in the South. B. It guaranteed all former slaves a plot of land for farming. C. It ensured that states guaranteed all people born or naturalized in the U.S. the rights granted by the Bill of Rights. D. It guaranteed African Americans access to the polls.
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